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J. Peryer (#46937843)
 member for 9 years, 9 months, 12 days
RE: Martin family in Williamstown
Yes, but not just Williamstown. My maternal grandmother was a Martin, The immediate family was from Williamstown, but the ancestors go back to 1618 and Massachusetts, and England. Many of my ancestors fought in the Revolution War, and every war since then up to the present Wars. I don't have a Stanley in my tree, but I do have 7 Henry Martins, none of which ( too my knowledge served in WWII) Rick

Added by rickb on May 20, 2015 11:13 PM

RE: Re: Photos
Thank you so very much. wrmcferrin

Added by wrmcferrin on Mar 24, 2014 10:08 AM

RE: Re: Photos
I'm sorry, I made a mistake, your are right, I would like to use the Eastlawn Cemetery sign photo in Springfield, Greene County, Missouri. Thanks wrmcferrin

Added by wrmcferrin on Mar 24, 2014 9:36 AM

Re: Photos
May I have your permission to use your photo of the Restlawn Cemetery in Greene County Missouri, in my Ancestry Tree? Thanks wrmcferrin

Added by wrmcferrin on Mar 23, 2014 11:11 AM

Cheryl Monsef
Isabella Coulon Norman
Hi J. Peryer,

I was so excited to find the photos for Isabelle and Edward Norman! I've been doing some geneology research on my family and my dad took me to Coulon Cemetary over the past summer when I was home. As it turns out Isabelle and Edward are my father's great grandparents on his mother's side. He did not know this at the time he took me to the cemetary, so we were doubly excited to find the photos you posted! may I ask if you are related to the Normans, and if so, how? My father currently lives in Parishville, and is very familiar with the area. I would appreciate any information you could or would be willing to share. Thank you for posting the photos!
Cheryl Monsef

Added by Cheryl Monsef on Dec 30, 2012 12:50 PM


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